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     Cauldron Sisters 
A quartet of Witch sisters (Bubble, Bubble, Toil, and Trouble), and their cauldron Myx, who make candy almost every Mogloween

As a whole

  • Action Girl: As shown in the Mogloween 2010 "Resident Sneevil" and Mogloween 2017 "Blood Moon", they're quite skilled at combat when required.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: In their native forms, they have oddly colored inhuman skin. Trouble's skin is red-violet, Bubble's skin is green, and Toil's skin is blue.
  • Ambiguously Human: While they mostly appeared human, they all have certain inhuman features that made it questionable, such as Bubble's snake hair, Trouble's bat wings on her head, and Toil's spider-web dress. In Mogloween 2016, "Apsaydaaun", it's revealed the Sisters merely take human-like form while visiting Lore, and their real forms are very monstrous in appearance and most certainly not human.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In Mogloween 2017 "Blood Moon", all of them get put under the spell of Jack Crescent, becoming vampires who are in love with him.
  • Elemental Powers: Each of the Sisters attacks with a different element. For Bubble it's light, Toil it's ice, and Trouble it's fire.
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief: Roughly the classes they have when they're party members. Bubble is a Soul Weaver, Toil is a rogue, and Trouble is a mage.
  • Fish out of Water:
    • In the Sister's native realm of Apsaydaaun, the landscape looks like food, while food looks like the landscape. Trouble reveals that when the Sisters first came to Lore, Bubble tried to eat the landscape, it did not go well.
    • They are also unable to tell their moon (one with a face on it) from the real moon of Lore.
  • Horned Humanoid: Toil, Trouble, and at least one of the Bubble Twins' natural forms each sport a set of demonic horns.
  • Hot Witch: All of them qualify, though Toil fits the appearance best.
  • Kung-Fu Wizard: They're shown to be quite capable of physical combat on top of sorcery in Mogloween 2010.
  • Long-Lived: After the Timeskip, Bubble still has the appearance of a little girl, even when several other kids from Book 1 had grown up. Discussion of both Bubbles' ages suggest that the sisters do age, but likely at a slower pace than normal humans.
  • Meaningful Name: They're named after the witch incantation featured in MacBeth.
  • Ninja The Cauldron Sisters dress in ninja outfits during "Mogloween 2010: Resident Sneevil".
  • Older Than They Look: It's never made clear just how old they are, though they are likely much older than they physically appear and may age at a reduced speed compared to normal humans. As even after the Time Skip Bubble still has the appearance of a young girl.
  • Oh, Crap!: When the Hero speaks during one of their spell incantations, causing the attempt to uncurse Bubble to go horribly wrong.
  • Quest Giver: For the majority of the Mogloween Quests.
  • Shapeshifter: It's revealed in Mogloween 2016, "Apsaydaaun" that the Sisters take on human appearances when they're on Lore. In their native realm of Apsaydaaun, they have much fewer traces of humanity.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: The Hero calls them out in Mogloween 2016, "Apsaydaaun", for leading him/her on and failing to disclose the facts. The Hero had believed them to be captured or enslaved by terrifying beings, and is furious to find out they were merely grounded by their parents.
  • You Are Grounded: As punishment for making lots of messes whenever they visited Lore and not cleaning them up until very recently, their parents forbid the non-cursed Bubble, Toil, and Trouble from going to Lore.

Bubble twins

  • Animal Talk: The spell that restores the cursed Bubble's ability to speak, causes the non-cursed Bubble to only be able to speak kitty.
  • Ascended Extra: The Bubble twin cursed as a cat was originally nothing more than a background character held by the non-cursed Bubble. However she gets increasingly more focus after Mogloween 2011 where she regains the power to talk, until eventually she's the central character in Mogloween 2015.
  • The Atoner: The Bubble Twin restored from a cat becomes this after changing back to human and realizing the wrongs she inflicted on other, and genuinely tries to make it up.
  • Baleful Polymorph:
    • One of the Bubbles was accidentally turned into a cat by one of their spells a long time ago. She does not take it well. She eventually decides that if she is stuck as a cat, everyone should be so she won't feel out of place, and teams up with Sally to attempt it. After many many years, the curse is finally mostly reversed by True Love's Kiss between her and Verlyrus.
    • The other Bubble Twin is temporarily inflicted with a portion of the same curse, resulting in her only being able to say Meow, and later turning her into an anthropomorphic cat.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The cursed Bubble befriends Verylus for being a gentleman to her, leading to a True Love's Kiss and some possible Inter Species Romance.
  • Big Little Sister: The cursed Bubble Twin looks and acts older than the other, but is apparently a few seconds younger. The Hero theorizes that her time spent in cat form accelerated her ageing.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: In Mogloween 2016, when the cursed Bubble tells the Hero s/he needs to be "on the verge off death", she explains by saying "10-20% of your health bar", much to the Hero's confusion.
  • Cat Girl: When the cursed Bubble finally gets the curse mostly lifted, a few cat traits remain, namely her eyes and ears, not to mention some whisker like markings.
  • Cute Witch: The non-cursed Bubble Twin in particular, who still looks like a young girl.
  • The Cutie: The non-cursed Bubble qualifies, being very childlike and loving cute things.
  • Defrosting the Ice Queen: The cursed Bubble becomes a lot more sociable once she is restored to her human form.
  • Dumb Blonde: The cursed Bubble Twin seems to think of the non-cursed Bubble as one. She does occasionally make ditzy moves like kissing Andy and getting infected, or eating the foul tasting Zardbie cure candy.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: When the Bubble Twin stuck as a cat gets her curse partially reversed, she grows a pair of bat wings.
  • Gorgeous Gorgon: A variation of, the non-cursed Bubble is a young girl whose hair ends in snakes. When the other Bubble's human form is finally revealed, she is shown to have a lesser version of the same thing.
  • Heel–Face Turn: The cursed Bubble turns over a new leaf after she changes back to human.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: The Bubble Twin stuck as a cat has been stuck that way for a very long time. Since trying to turn everyone else into cats didn't work out, she eventually expresses this to Sally.
  • Not So Above It All: In Mogloween 2016, the cursed Bubble is seen chasing mice with Verlyrus (after she got restored to human form). She's a bit embarrassed when the Hero shows up and catches her in the act.
  • Odd Friendship: The cursed Bubble twin with Sally, simply because they both had intentions to make trouble during Mogloween.
  • One Steve Limit: Both of the twins are named Bubble, which can get confusing at times as to which one is being referred to. The usual solution is the Sisters adding "the cat one" when referring to the cursed Bubble. They explain the reason is that their parents weren't very creative.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: The Bubble twins couldn't be more different. The non-cursed Bubble is naive, cheerful, and bubbly, while the cursed Bubble is serious, mature, and mischievous.
  • Prehensile Hair: The non-cursed Bubble is able to use her snake hair to hold things, like candy that she's eating, if her hands are occupied.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: The cursed Bubble is able to understand kitty, even after changing back to human.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Both Bubble twins get far more focus than the other sisters, the non-cursed Bubble often stole the attention in the first few Mogloweens. After the cursed Bubble starts talking, she becomes one of the Big Bads and later the main character following 2015 when she returns to her human form.
  • Talking Animal: The cursed Bubble becomes one in Mogloween 2011, after regaining the power to speak human while still in cat form.
  • True Love's Kiss: What restores the cursed Bubble Twin mostly back to normal. Though since the one she kissed was a natural cat, that ends up making him sad.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Both twins are named "Bubble", they explain this as due to their parents not being very creative.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: The cursed Bubble calls out her sisters (and herself) for not taking responsibility for their screwups and making things right with all the people they have harmed.

Trouble and Toil

  • A Day in the Limelight: Trouble is typically the least focused of the sisters. She ends up getting more attention when she's the first sister the Hero encounters in Apsaydaaun and acts as his guide for the majority of the journey.
  • Extra Eyes: In her natural form, Toil possesses six eyes.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Both Trouble and Toil are much more mature than Bubble.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: Trouble has a pair of wings attached to her head.
  • Monster Modesty: In her natural form, Trouble doesn't seem to wear clothes, and is instead covered in fur that has the same coloration as her clothes in her human form.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Toil seems to be the leader among the sisters, fitting since she's the oldest.
  • Red-Headed Heroine: Toil has red hair and is one of the Hero's allies.
  • Tempting Fate: In Mogloween 2017 "Two Moons", both Trouble and Toil let slip the words "nothing will go wrong". The Hero immediately anticipates that something will go wrong upon saying so.
  • Wrong Name Outburst: In Mogloween 2017 "Two Moons", the Hero scolds Trouble for Tempting Fate, but accidentally calls her "Toil". The Hero then apologetically explains that sometimes s/he gets the Sisters' names mixed up. When Toil says the words, the Hero ends up calling her "TROOU-OOIL!"


  • Ambiguously Evil: Had hints of malicious intent in his early appearances, but seems to have fully aligned with good by Mogloween 2009.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Myx is a talking cauldron.
  • It Is Pronounced Tropay: In "Mogloween 2016", whenever Trouble calls the Apsaydaaun version of Doomwood a "Foulest", Myx correct her by calling it a "Gorest".
  • Soul Jar: He's revealed to be a spirit bound to a cauldron.
  • Troll: Takes great delight in annoying the Hero in "Mogloween 2016".


     Jack Strife 

Jack Strife

A Pumpkin Slice, and self-proclaimed Pumpkin King. A reoccurring character in Mogloween who initially caused trouble, but later turns good.


     Irwin Dundee 
See his entry on Dragon Fable Party Members.

     Red Queen, SALL-IE 

Red Queen, SALL-IE

  • Big Bad: Of the 2010 Mogloween, "Resident Sneevil" arc.
  • Deus Est Machina: She's an AI of a facility where an outbreak originated, and plots to conquer the world with her infected army.
  • Captain Ersatz: Of the Red Queen from Resident Evil.
  • Evil Knockoff: Looks exactly like a red holographic version of Sally and is clearly malevolent. Though to be fair, the real Sally isn't exactly an angel either.
  • Fun with Acronyms: "SALL-IE" stands for: Superior Alert Logical Link Information Entity.



An elite taskforce that was formed during the Zardbie outbreak, tasked with containing the infected and helping survivors. Later on they are hired for all sorts of missions requiring their skills.
  • Badass Adorable: When they've been turned into cats, they can still efficiently fight monsters.
  • Badass Crew: They're formed from the greatest heroes in Lore, on par with the main character. Especially the Baron who defeated a dragon with a toothpick, a cube of ice, and a shield made of meat.
  • Baleful Polymorph: Several of them get turned into adorable little cats during Mogloween 2012, by Sally and the Bubble twin cursed as a cat. In Mogloween 2015, the recently uncursed Bubble reveals that they were still stuck as cats for all those years (including the Time Skip), and to make up for her actions she has the Hero deliver some cure candy to them. Though it turns out most of them didn't actually mind being cats.
  • Cursed with Awesome: After spending so many years as cats, most of them don't seem to mind it anymore and enjoy the perks; such as no longer having to pay for food, playing with Lucy, and not having to fight monsters on a regular basis.
  • Nice Hat: Several of them wear hats, which stay with them after they turn into cats.
  • Rag Tag Bunch Of Misfits: They're all various classes from various locations banded together.
  • Shout-Out: All of them are based off real-life forum users on DF forums.


  • And Now for Someone Completely Different: You can briefly play as DeathArrows in cat form during one of the Mogloween 2012 quests, where the M.O.P. cats try to reach Croft in an attempt to get cured.
  • Archer Archetype: If his name wasn't obvious enough, he carries a bow and is a marksman.
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: Though it might be a nickname.
  • Badass Adorable: While playing as DeathArrows as a cat, not only can he continue fighting, but is more powerful than the Hero. His attacks are capable of inflicting multiple critical hits in one turn.
  • Baleful Polymorph: He's one of the M.O.P. who gets turned into a cat.
  • Circus Brat: DeathArrows was part of a traveling circus before joining the team, where he was an archer.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He does darkness type damage and dresses in black attire.
  • Only Sane Man: The only one of the M.O.P. cats who seems to dislike the curse.


  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He goes out of his way to let others know just how awesome he and his chainsaw sword are.
  • Chainsaw Good: He carries around a giant chainsaw, well actually a sword with a chainsaw as the blade, which he always boasts about. When he gets turned into a Zardbie, the Hero calls dibs on it.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He sacrifices himself to let Andy escape when a Zardbie attacks, he gets infected in the process.
  • Large Ham: He never stops reminding everyone how awesome his chainsaw sword is.
  • Meaningful Name: He carries around chainsaw sword and is named "Chainsword".
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He swears to guard Andy with his chainsword, but then falls asleep on the job, allowing a girl to sneak by him and get infected.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He's partly to blame for the outbreak of the second Zardbie virus pandemic of 2011.
  • Zombie Infectee: He is one of the first to get infected by the Zardie virus in Mogloween 2011.




A young boy who was the carrier for the zardbie virus back in Mogloween 2011
  • Chick Magnet: A kid version, many girls his own age are attracted to him, which inadvertently leads to them making physical contact with him and causing them to become infected.
  • The Immune: But still a carrier, which caused him to infect anyone he made physical contact with.
  • Mismatched Eyes: His eyes are blue and green.

     Abraca and Dabra 

Abraca and Dabra

The parents of the Cauldron Sisters who grounded them on the Mogloween of 2016, initially preventing Croft from appearing in Lore.
  • Book-Ends: Trouble explained that when Bubble first came to Lore she tried to eat the landscape. When the Sisters' Moms come to visit in 2018, Dabra tries to eat the grass.
  • Has Two Mommies: They are the Cauldron Sisters' parents, and they're both female.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Myx mentions that they often eat humans that are brought into or wander into their domain. Indeed they do seem interested in the Hero's edibility and try to invite him/her for dinner.
  • Invited as Dinner: The siblings warn you to never accept a dinner invite from their parents for this reason.
  • Meaningful Name: Much like the punny names of their daughters, they are named after the magic incantations "abracadabra".
  • Outside-Context Problem: The Hero is used to dealing with villains trying to take over the world, but this is the first time s/he has had to deal with parents grounding his/her allies.
  • So Proud of You: When the Moms come to visit Lore in 2018, they express how proud they are of coming up with the idea of making candy for humans rather than eating the humans themselves.

     Jack Crescent 
Safiria's former flame who got trapped in the moon before getting released and continued to seek out his love.
  • Affably Evil: Was quite polite and genuine before he snaps upon realizing he's not on Necryptos.
  • Big Bad: In Mogloween 2017 "Blood Moon"
  • The Charmer: He flirts with most people he talks to, including the Hero who he calls "baby".
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: He's still chasing after Safiria wanting to draw her back with jealousy, even though Safiria has long since moved on.
  • Curse: He had a curse placed on him by Safiria, sealing him in the moon for all eternity. However there was a loophole in that he could leave the moon only when it turned red. During this time Jack had the chance to change his ways, which if he did so he would be broken free of the curse.
  • Dirty Coward: Hides behind the brainwashed Cauldron Sisters in the hopes that the Hero won't hit women, it doesn't work though.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: When Safiria rejected his marriage proposal, he retaliated by killing her puppy.
  • Doomy Dooms of Doom: Owns the Gnarly Guitar of Doom.
  • Expy: His name is a reference to the Foo Fighters song "Back in Black", he also dresses and acts like a gothic rock star.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: He's been away for so long he's behind on times.
  • Goth: His design evokes this.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He manages to legitimately reform himself for Safiria, where the proof lies in the fact he broke the curse Safiria put on him.
  • Kick the Dog: Killed Safiria's puppy out of spite for rejecting his marriage proposal.
  • Laughably Evil: He's so over the top and ridiculous it's hard to take him seriously as a villain.
  • One Steve Limit: Yet another Jack to show up, with a previous Jack already appearing in Mogloween.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: A gothic vampire rockstar able to turn others into vampires through Magic Music.
  • Vampires Are Sex Gods: Plays this straight, able to steal the hearts of the Cauldron Sisters with Magic Music.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Or use them as Human Shields


     Frost Moglins 

In General

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: They come in a variety of colors.
  • Art Evolution: The Moglins all redesigns to be given more realistic texture and becoming fluffier after "Frostval 2014: A Tale of Two Timelines".
  • Distressed Damsel: They are very frequently kidnapped, forcing the Hero (and sometimes Ice Master Yeti) to rescue them.
  • Doom Magnet: The Frostvale Moglins seem to get kidnapped, captured, or put under a spell every year. It's reached the point where they spend the whole year preparing for whatever is install for them during Frostval.
  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: All of them get converted into Winged mogkees, moglins with wings, during Frostval 2012.
  • Healing Hands: Like all Moglins. Ice Master Yeti kidnaps them for this very reason in the first Frostval event. They later help heal the Hero so he can fight Ice Master.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: A whole village of them.


The first Frost Moglin to be introduced, who is also Chilly's father.
  • Demoted to Extra: Chilly takes over his role as the main Frost Moglin NPC for Frostval, following Frostval 2007 "Out in the Cold".
  • Good Parents: Has a very close loving relationship with his son, and was determined to rescue him from Ice Master Yeti in the first ever Frostval.
  • Meaningful Name: A Moglin who lives in the frozen lands where blizzards should be a common occurrence.
  • Papa Wolf: He will go to great lengths to save his son Chilly.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Like all Moglins. He becomes even cuter after the merged timelines caused his fur to become extra fluffy.
  • Series Mascot: He's the main Frostval NPC for all of the Artix Entertainment games.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Looks like a slightly bigger version of his son Chilly.


A young Frost Moglin and one of the major characters for the Frostval events.

Tinsel and Holly

Two young Frost Moglin twins introduced in Frostval 2016.
  • Bratty Half-Pint: They both have serious attitude problems towards each other.
  • Girly Girl: Holly plays princesses with her doll, and idolizes Chilly as a brave knight in shining armor.
  • Half-Identical Twins: Tinsel is a boy, Holly is a girl, but otherwise they are pretty much identical.
  • Hero-Worshipper:
    • Tinsel idolizes the Hero, calling the Hero "MY Hero" in his story. The Hero is touched by this.
    • Holly views Chilly as one, picturing him as her knight in shining armor.
  • Meaningful Name: Both of them are named after Christmas decorations.
  • One Steve Limit: Tinsel is the name of a very different Moglin in AdventureQuest Worlds, who is pink, wears a bow, and gives away presents to players.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Moglins are cute, baby Moglins are even cuter.
  • Secondary Sexual Characteristics: Holly's ears hang down at the sides of her head, almost like a human girl's hair.
  • Sibling Rivalry: The two of them bicker over everything.
  • Sibling Seniority Squabble: Tinsel declares he should tell his story first due to being 1.2 minutes older.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Tinsel views Chilly as one.
  • Unreliable Narrator: In Frostval 2016 "Three Tall Tales", both tell inaccurate versions of the same story.
    • In Tinsel's story he claims Chilly was an evil Nec-snow-mancer, using dark magic to create a Dragon ice sculpture, complete with Chilly wearing a necromancer garb. He then states Chilly was cheating in snow sculpture contest and brought all the ice sculptures to life. He even claims Chilly resided in the ice cavenote . Tinsel finishes by saying the Hero beat Chilly, by booking him on the head (where the Hero protests s/he doesn't hit Moglins), before taking him home to be grounded. The real reason for all this, Tinsel is jealous of how much better Chilly is than him.
    • Holly's story describes herself as best friends with Princess Flake (actually her doll) who got kidnapped by Snowfang the Dragon, where Chilly then shows up as a handsome heroic paladin knight, with the height and build of a human. However Ice Master points this out, so Holly reluctantly changes the description. The Hero also ends up being Chilly's squire.

     Ice Master Yeti 

Ice Master Yeti

A giant yeti and the first antagonist of Frostval. He later undergoes a Heel–Face Turn and becomes the protector of Frostvale as well as an ally to the Hero during this holiday season.
  • Character Development: Come Frostval 2016 Ice Master Yeti has started becoming a Doting Grandparent to the Frostvale Moglin children, especially to the twins Tinsel and Holly.
  • The Grinch: He was this in the very first Frostval.
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: The Frostvale Moglins initially reject him, but later forgive him after he helps save them.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Goes from kidnapping the Frostvale Moglins, to becoming their friend.
  • Heel Realization: Listening to Chilly having faith in his father, and seeing the Hero and Blizzy come to the rescue, as well as the Hero selflessly handing over his/her weapons inspired him to turn over a new leaf.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Chilly helps uncover it.
  • Odd Friendship: With Chilly.
  • One of the Kids: Ice Master Yeti actively plays with the Moglin children, but...
  • Tag Along Adult: There are times he acts as the responsible adult, which is especially prominent in Frostval 2016 where he keeps the Moglin babies Tinsel and Holly from fighting.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Ice Master really mellows out over the years, from a savage yeti to the kind protector of Frostvale.

    Xanta Claus 
See the Xan entry in Dragon Fable Other Antagonists.

See the Magus Z entry in Dragon Fable The Rose.

     Thom & Ralon 

Thom and Ralon

A Pumpkinslice Scarecrow and a Metal elemental who the Hero encounters in Frostval 2012, "Frostvayle", while traveling along the Red Brick Road to find the Necromancer of SiOO.

    Snowfang the Dragon 

  • An Ice Person: Does ice based damage.
  • Bait-and-Switch: After two stories of a version of Snowfang being the Boss Battle, in the real version, Snowfang goes along with the Hero's requests without a fight.
  • Designated Villain: In-universe. He's supposedly the villain of Frostval 2016, based on Tinsel and Holly's stories. However it's revealed he isn't evil at all.
    • Tinsel claimed he was the dragon minion controlled by necsnowmancer Chilly.
    • Holly claimed he was the dragon who kidnapped her princess doll before being defeated by knight Chilly.
  • Expy: Of Frosty the Snowman.
  • Good All Along: Both stories told by Tinsel and Holly make him look like the bad guy, but in reality he's quite nice.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: A snow dragon accidentally brought to life by Moglin magic.
  • Snowlems: He's a living snow-dragon, with a carrot nose. He does become more lifelike with some Moglin magic help.

Hero's Heart Day

     Big Daddy 

Big Daddy

A major character from AdventureQuest Worlds. She appears as Big Daddy's Assistant, who first appears in Hero's Hearts Day 2011 when he goes missing, and later in 2014 during the Love Ship.
  • Author Avatar: Of Lauren Blanset, the real life Beleen, who is a dev and writer for AQW.
  • Blackmail: In Hero's Heart Day 2014, she got True Mortal to join them on the Love Ship at the threat of coloring Thorne Pink.
  • Canon Immigrant: Originated in AdventureQuest Worlds, but has made guest appearances in DragonFable.
  • Cleavage Window: A very noticeable one in her armor.
  • Color Motif: Pink.
  • Girly Girl: Is obsessed with making things all pink and lovey-dovey.
  • Love Potion: Uses one in Hero's Heart Day 2014 to try make the couples closer. However it turns out this was a bad idea since there was already a love spell in the air and the potion would make everyone love crazy.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In Hero's Heart Day 2014, she tries to bring everyone closer using her own love potion. But since there was already a love spell in the air, everyone would go so love crazy that they would no longer be able to eat, drink, or sleep.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Has a fringe over her left eye.
  • Whatevermancy: Adventure Quest Worlds reveals she is a pink-o-mancer.

Lucky Wars

     Au'Mydas Bayconn 

Baron Au'Mydas Bayconn

The villain of the 2010 and 2012 Lucky Day wars. Formerly King Alteon's Royal Treasurer, until he was given the ability to turn anything he kissed into gold and promptly went over to the dark side.


     Dr. Voltabolt 

Dr. "Volty" Voltabolt

A technomancer and the local dentist, who wants to destroy Falconreach (and every other town that "zupportz the evilz of magic"). The Hero can get some pets from Item Farming "Dr. Voltabolt's Challenge".
  • Big Bad: Of the majority of the Thankstaking events.
  • Depraved Dentist
  • Does Not Like Magic: He despises magic and constantly tries to prove the dominance of science.
  • Freudian Excuse: He has absolutely no skill at magic. His sister on the other hand, who was quite proficient with it, liked to torment him with it.
  • Funetik Aksent: An extremely exaggerated German accent to go along with his Mad Scientist sctick.
  • Harmless Villain: One of the more sillier comical villains in the game, whose evil plans typically fail spectacularly.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He does eventually come around, going from a full-out villain who ruins Thankstaking to a Well-Intentioned Extremist who means well, but unintentionally causes trouble. He gets even better later on, where he no longer becomes the source of the problems and aids the Hero out.
  • Herr Doktor: Speaks with a very strong German accent.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends
  • Informed Ability: He claims to be a dentist but is never actually seen doing anything related to dentistry.
  • In-Series Nickname: Frequently called "Volty", even by his mother.
  • Insufferable Genius
  • Mad Scientist: This is a given considering he's a scientist who creates killer robots and aims to destroy Falconreach and all magic supporters.
  • Magic Versus Science: He despises magic, believing it to be evil. For years he intended to destroy magic using the power of science.
  • Nerd: When he was a kid.
  • Obliviously Evil: In Thankstaking 2014 it's revealed he doesn't intentionally want to be evil, but his inventions just have a habit of getting out of hand.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: He insists that his secret laboratory is a perfectly normal house. The building even has a sign next to it that says "Perfectly Normal House".
    Dr. Voltabolt: I vant you to take care of a little mess in my secret labor... erm... my perfectly normal house. My creations are running amok. No fault of mine of course!
  • Wrench Whack: As a kid he fought using a wrench.



A troll that the Hero rescues from Drakonnan's lair at the end of the Fire War. She becomes a cook and the main NPC during the Thankstaking events in Falconreach.

     Joules Voltavolt 

Joules Voltabolt

Dr. Voltabolt's sister whose proficiency in magic allowed her to bully Voltabolt when they were kids. In the 2014 Thankstaking event she kidnaps Voltabolt and brainwashes him into cooking a Thankstaking dinner for her

Friday the 13th

     Jaysun Valtrith 

Baron Jaysun Valtrith

A figure revered in a cult who appeared when the essences of various villains had been gathered and combined. He is one of the Big Bads of Book 3.
  • All Your Powers Combined: He was created as the result of a cult combining the essence of all of the greatest villains in the game, including Sepulcher, Xan, the Necromantress, Queen Aisha, Sek Duat XV, and Yalla.
  • Arch-Nemesis: To Symone DuBellmount.
  • Back from the Dead: He was once a human who died, before the cult revived him as a creature of pure darkness.
  • Bad Boss: Turns against Caitiff, his loyal servant, just because it was created from his sister, who he bitterly hates.
  • Big Bad: Of the Friday the 13th Events in Book 3.
  • Dark Is Evil: Played straight. He is literally cloaked in Living Shadow.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: Valtrith and Caitiff engage in battle, where Caitiff is victorious and becomes the new Big Bad of Friday the 13th.
  • Eldritch Abomination: A being made from the evil essence of the game's greatest villains. Good luck comprehending his biology. Even Zorbak (the one who suggested the ritual of bringing him back) doesn't understand how it works.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Compared to the Rose, to the point where his invasions will force the Hero to team up with them to combat him.
  • Evil vs. Evil: In "Facture", Valtrith turns on Caitiff, after his hatred for his sister causes him to feel the same way for Caitiff who was created from the remains of his sister. The two engage in battle just as the Hero arrives, leading to DragonFable's first ever 3-way battle (unless you count the Hero fighting both Sepulchure and Dragon Drakath in the cutscenes).
  • Expy:
    • Of Jason Voorhees. They both wear a hockey mask, are undead killers brought back to life, have very similar names "Jaysun Valtrith", and the fact they're both connected to "Friday the 13th".
      • Furthermore, the quest "Valtrith Tomb" reveals Jaysun used a machete when he was alive, and that Jaysun's parents are named Elias and Pamela (the same names as the parents of Jason Voorhees) and that they "slashed their way to victory in Camp Blood", much like the Summer Camp that Jason terrorized. Finally, Jaysun sacrifices his sister Serenity who's real name is Dyana to bring himself back to life, which is exactly what happened in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday where Jason Voorhees kills his half-sister Diana in order to return to life.
    • His appearance also takes after other horror villains, including Freddy Krueger's clawed gloves, as well as Dracula's cape and overall body shape.
    • In addition, him fusing with one of his followers so their faces meld together is very similar to what Voldemort did with Quirrell.
  • Flat Character: He was just created to be the ultimate evil entity, and doesn't really have any other drive or backstory behind why he's doing this. When the Hero asks him why he's doing this, his answer is "Because, why not?"
  • Foil: To Sepulchure. While Sepulchure was a Fallen Hero who became targeted for corruption by a Greater-Scope Villain, Valtrith was rotten to the core even back in the days he was mortal. What really seals the deal is Sepulchure was vulnerable after the grief of losing his wife and even has his daughter Gravelyn as a Morality Pet, while Valtrith showed no respect to his family whatsoever and even brutally murdered his own sister to further his power. There are also parallels between the two villain's seats defeats: Sepulchure had an teamed up with the Hero against a common enemy, Drakath his not so loyal follower who betrayed him, then goes out to have an Alas, Poor Villain moment where he lives to regret his decisions. Valtrith betrayed Caitiff who had been fiercely loyal to him, to which the hero catches them having an Evil vs. Evil moment and joins the battle in fighting both of them simultaneously, and Valtrith ends up being Killed Off for Real with no sympathy for him whatsoever.
  • Fusion Dance: With one of his followers.
  • God of Evil: God may be pushing it, but the fact that he has a whole cult under him brings up similarities.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Valtrith has had an influence in the game, long before his return in Book 3. All of the unlucky Friday the 13th Invasions were orchestrated by the cult in his name.
  • Hate Sink: Unlike Sepulchure, Valtrith is completely devoid of any redeeming factors and made to be as despicable as possible. He has no justifiable motivation for his actions, where his answer after being asked by the Hero is "because why not?"
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Baron Valtrith creates Caitiff to be an unstoppable Darkness monster who would do anything to kill the Hero. Caitiff does all of this perfectly: It ends up deciding Valtrith is impeding it from killing the Hero and he can't stop it from killing him.
  • Knight of Cerebus: One of the darkest villains to date. Sepulchure was on occasion Played for Laughs, while Envy and Roirr (who were responsible for equally horrible acts) had more petty goals and motives. Whereas Valtrith is the embodiment of evil itself, and exists only to end the world. Whenever he is around there is truly a sense of hopelessness, despair, and everything coming to an end. In addition he is also responsible for the most horrible, gruesome, death ever shown in the game; the way he kills Serenity.
  • Living Shadow: He appears to be enshrouded in these. He's also shown he can turn into this form.
  • Made of Evil: Implied. He's the combined essence of all of the most fearsome villains in the game, and is literally made from Living Shadow.
  • Mêlée à Trois: Battles both Caitiff and the Hero, when Valtrith turns on his servant.
  • Person of Mass Destruction
  • Psychotic Smirk: Gives one after he tests the Hero's power and deems him/her a Worthy Opponent.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: If it isn't apparent how dangerous he is, the evil red eyes should be a telltale sign.
  • Self-Made Orphan: He was tired of waiting to take over from his parents, so he devoured them.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute: He takes over from Sepulchure as the Nigh Invulnerable, ultimate, evil being, who is behind the Friday the 13th invasions.
  • Was Once a Man: He was a great warrior at one point, but after merging with the essence of many dark artifacts, he is beyond human.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Has a head full of white hair, but is one of the most evil beings ever to appear in the game.
  • The Worf Effect: Made out to be an Invincible Villain with All Your Powers Combined, but it doesn't take much to beat him once he has to fight both Caitiff and the Hero.
  • White Mask of Doom: Something that looks like a hockey mask.
  • You Have Failed Me:
    • After the leader of some of the cultists fails to stop the Hero from taking the Darkness Dragon's cloth, Valtrith merges with his body and after a Gory Discretion Shot a scream can be heard.
    • He does so again to Caitiff during "Fracture", where he is sickened of Caitiff's likeness to his sister and how Caitiff was off "learning" when he required it.
  • You Monster!: The Hero says this word-for-word, when he consumes Serenity's soul.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: It's revealed his mask can capture souls. After it gets destroyed the souls get released.



Valtrith's minion, created by the result of destroying Serenity's soul, and merging her corpse with the ShadowReaper of Doom to animate her with black magic.
  • And Now for Someone Completely Different: Caitiff becomes the player character during most of the quests in the "Caitiff's Study" mini questchain, as well as one of the side quests in the 2016 Friday the 13th Invasion.
  • Arch-Enemy: To the Hero, having a very personal vendetta against him/her for stopping the darkness years back. Caitiff dedicates its time to studying the Hero and avoiding the mistakes of his/her past enemies. Caitiff also becomes one of the Hero's most personal enemies after enslaving his/her dragon.
  • Ascended Dragon: Caitiff becomes the new Big Bad of Friday the 13th after vanquishing Valtrith.
  • Astral Projection: Caitiff can emerge from its host in its true astral form. Its true form gets released when Serenity's corpse gets destroyed.
  • Big Bad: Becomes the new antagonist after defeating its former master Valtrith.
  • Berserk Button: When Caitiff learns the darkness was betrayed (during the Orb saga finale when Drakath backstabs Sepulchure), Caitiff looses it and starts firing its beam everywhere to blast the tower it is in.
  • Body Horror:
    • Caitiff is composed of the ShadowReaper of Doom pierced through the chest of Serenity's corpse, which is a truly gruesome sight.
    • Then in "Black Winter", Caitiff does the same thing to all of the fallen allies of the Hero, stabbing them with Doom Weapons and turning them into more versions of itself.
  • Breath Weapon: Caitiff's main attack consists of firing a large beam from its mouth.
  • The Corrupter: Tries to corrupt the Hero's Dragon, bribing it join it in exchange for sparing the Hero's life. The Dragon resists, but after getting beaten down it sacrifices itself to the darkness to spare the Hero's life.
  • Dark Is Evil: Much like its master Baron Valtrith.
  • Dead Guy Puppet: Caitiff is a darkness spirit controlling Serenity's corpse.
  • The Determinator: One of Caitiff's defining characteristics is its refusal to accept defeat. It researches why the Hero's past enemies were defeated and goes to great lengths to not follow the same path.
  • The Dragon: To Baron Valtrith.
  • Eldritch Abomination: Corpses animated by black magic being bound to an Artifact of Doom should qualify.
  • Elemental Powers: One of Caitiff's attacks is summoning what looks like Elemental Orbs and hurling them at enemies. In its true form, it can summon streams of fire and breath icy breath.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Caitiff cannot understand why the Hero continues resisting after the darkness had fully taken over.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Caitiff is Valtrith's Black Magic expert, and is as evil as it gets.
  • Eviler Than Thou: As terrifyingly evil as Valtrith was, Caitiff is even worse. Once Caitiff takes over, it goes much further than Valtrith ever did.
  • Evil vs. Evil:
    • During the final "Calamity" quest called "Madness", Caitiff is pitted against Kathool Atchoo.
    • Again in "Fracture", when Valtrith turns on Caitiff and the two do battle just as the Hero arrives.
  • Final Boss: Not only is it the final villain of the "Calamity Saga", it is also the accumulation of all the events After the End from Book 1's Orb Saga.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Valtrith created Caitiff to be unstoppable and hell-bent on killing the Hero. Both of these traits lead to Valtrith's death at Caitiff's hand.
  • Hoist by Their Own Petard: It used the Hero's dragon to engulf Lore in darkness, but ultimately it is the dragon (who Caitiff had released) that destroys Serenity's corpse while Caitiff monologues about why other villains failed, rendering it vulnerable to the Hero.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Serenity's corpse used as a puppet for a sentient Artifact of Doom.
  • Killed Off for Real: Finally met its demise in "Calamity", at the hands of the Hero and the newly freed Dragon.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Once Caitiff takes over as Big Bad, it somehow manages to make things even darker than even Valtrith did.
  • Living Shadow: It appears Caitiff is a darkness spirit that is simply inhabiting the Shadow Reaper of Doom and Serenity's corpse.
  • Mad Scientist: Sort of. It doesn't resemble anything close to the usual scientist, but it loves to perform dark experiments on victims.
  • Mêlée à Trois: After being betrayed by Valtrith, Caitiff engages in battle with its former master just as the Hero shows up, leading to DragonFable's first 3-way battle.
  • Made of Evil: Caitiff is as literal as this trope gets, being a creature composed of pure darkness who is the very essence of evil itself.
  • Mind Rape: In Calamity, Caitiff afflicts a mental ailment on many of the Hero's allies.
  • One-Winged Angel: When its true form is released, it becomes a gigantic astral darkness skeletal creature, with an elongated skull and four arms, still with the Shadow Reaper of Doom attacked to its midriff.
  • Power Floats: Uses Serenity's corpse to hover about.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The eye holes and mouth in the skull that form the Shadow Reaper of Doom often glow red.
  • Sadistic Choice: Caitiff gives one to the Hero's Dragon. Allow Caitiff to enslave its will and help it destroy the world, or the Hero dies. The Dragon chooses to help Caitiff so that the Hero can live.
  • Smug Super: Caitiff believes itself to be special among the Hero's enemies, having researched their mistakes and will not fail where they did.
  • Suddenly Voiced: A subversion during the finale of the Black Winter War. Caitiff, who usually speaks from its own mouth, uses Serenity's corpse to say "You wouldn't hurt me, would you?", which plays a brief sound effect on every letter like cackling a la Flowey from Undertale. Notable for being only the third time text boxes in DragonFable have sound effects, and the only time text appears letter by letter instead of instantly in one box.
  • Talking Weapon: The part of Caitiff that talks is the Shadowreaper of Doom.
  • Transferable Memory: Caitiff has shown the ability to view memories from fallen undead minions.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: During the "Black Winter" War, Caitiff used Doom Weapons to pierce the Hero's fallen allies, which turned them into Doom undead beings and captured their souls. The souls get released once Caitiff is defeated and Valtrith's mask is destroyed.



Another Darkness spirit aligned with the Shadowscythe and operating in service to Valtrith; much like Caitiff, who, incidentally, found it bound within a SkullStaff of Doom during the Dark Night Friday 13th War.
  • Accentuate the Negative: The last thing he does before his Doom weapon is destroyed is point out how the Mysterious Stranger, Valtrith, and Catiff have failed the Shadowscythe and continue to do so.
  • Evil Weapon: He's a SkullStaff of Doom; it comes with the territory.
  • Fusion Dance: Attempted with a cultist, a la Caitiff and Serenity. Subverted; as the cultist was not the one Opprobrious spent years attuning itself to, the fusion didn't take.
  • Meaningful Name: The word "Opprobrious" is an adjective used to describe harshly critical language. For a being who likes to Accentuate the Negative, the name is apt.
  • Mr. Exposition: Aside from being the war boss for the Dark Night War, this is basically his only role - to explain to Caitiff (and the players) why the Fusion Dance with the cultist he was given failed.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Made exactly three appearances. Caitiff destroyed the Doom weapon he was inhabiting to shut him up the third time.



The followers of the Cult led by Valtrith, and later Caitiff.


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